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    • arik
    • 30.09.09 | 19:17 (IST)

    Neither Hizabalah nor Hammas cannot move a finger after the IDF action. The IDF is setting precedents for the Western world, and is proving also to America, how proxies armies sheltered under women skirts are neutralized without genocide. The next step is Iran. I would not recommend Israel to tackle Iran on itslef, however, I would not advice the Iranians to miss around with Israel because they will be buried in the sand. Iran is a great huge country, but it is enough to take Teheran and Qum and that is the end of this backward state. Backward and week. And what about the Iranian ballistic project? Let's see, my dear. Wait and see. Israel can disarray most the Iranian ballistic project and the Iranians know it.

    from the article: Cries of 'hold me back' may lead Israel to strike Iran
    First published 01:08 30.09.09 | Last updated 04:27 30.09.09
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